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Third Lanark A.C.

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Third Lanark FC: A Poignant Visit to Cathkin

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Scottish Cup Semi-Finals - Dundee V Third Lanark (1952)

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Die Legende Third Lanark: Das ist Glasgows vergessener Riese

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SCOTTISH CUP SEMI FINAL - Hearts v. Motherwell and Dundee V Third Lanark

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Goals: Third Lanark v EK Amateurs

Third Lanark Athletic Club were a professional Scottish football club based in Glasgow. Founded in 1872 as an offshoot of the 3rd Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers, they were founder members of the Scottish Football Association (SFA) in 1872 and the Scottish Football League (SFL) in 1890. They played in the top division of the SFL for the majority of their existence, and were league champions in 1903-04. They also won the Scottish Cup twice, in 1889 and 1905. Third Lanark went out of business in 1967 as a result of mismanagement, six years after having finished in third place in the SFL. Their former ground, Cathkin Park in Crosshill, is still partially standing and used for minor football.
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